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Yokohama strategy The finance commission o devolution of funds between the makes recommendations with regara central government and vernments as also outlays for relief and rehabilitation Adhoc measures mean unplanned outlays that sometimes causes a fiscal deficit The terms of reference of the 12th finance commission been changed and the finance commission has been mandated to look at relief and rehabilitation have
A memorandum has been submitted to the 12th fin ssion after consultation with states The memorandum proposes a mitigation fund. This is a development that could mean that mitigation, state, district and village level at the center get the funds that is needed. Moreover, actual use of funds should be monitored so that there is no leakage or wastage The government of India has issued guidelines that where there is a shelf of projects, projects addressing mitigation will be given a priority.
It has also been mandated that each project in a hazard prone area will have disaster prevention mitigation as a term of reference and the project addresses that term of reference It is now up to the local levels to highlight project that would prevent disasters For instance, a landslide prone village should seek funds for planting trees, better drainage and building safety nets that could stop rocks / mud coming down hill Similarly, a village tank that is a perennial cause of flooding should have better control of floodwaters by diverting excess water away from the populated village
Environment impact assessment (EIA) projects where public hearings are held to elicit the opinions of the local people is a must in case of The NGO's have a role in getting as many people as possible to such hearings Unfortunately a degree of exaggeration is needed to wake up the sleeping decision-makers who are too complacent on matters of environmental protection, unless driven to They take action only when there is a disaster.
In general, development takes precedence over environmental protection That's why environmentalists have the onerous responsility of shaping public opinion The time has come to make politicians greener so that they appreciate the fact that without nature conservation all development work will come to naught sooner or later
Pillai Sruthi P Kumar
I am a botany graduate from Ramnarain Ruia college, Mumbai university. Currently, a civil service aspirant. I am passionate about teaching.